Recovery and Resilience Resource Library

FEMA developed the Recovery and Resilience Resource Library in collaboration with our federal interagency partners to navigate the numerous programs available to the United States and its territories to help recover from a disaster.

The resources are intended for state, local, territorial and tribal (SLTT) governments, as well as nonprofits, businesses, healthcare institutions, schools, individuals and households. The tool helps users to find and research federal disaster recovery resources that would be beneficial in pre-disaster recovery planning or in the wake of a disaster.

Resources provided are for informational purposes only and are compiled with publicly available information. Please directly consult the provider of a potential resource for current program information and to verify the applicability and requirements of a particular program. When you go to another website you are subject to its privacy policies. FEMA does not endorse any non-government websites, companies, or applications.

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To obtain additional information regarding each resource, please visit the associated resource link.

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Department of the Interior

WaterSMART Cooperative Watershed Management Program: Phase I Grant (15.554)

To enhance water conservation, uses; improve water quality; improve ecological resiliency of a river or stream; and to reduce conflicts over water at the watershed level by supporting the formation of watershed groups to develop local solutions.

Other Independent Agencies

Challenge America Grant Program (45.024)

Challenge America offers support primarily to small organizations for projects in all artistic disciplines that extend the reach of the arts to populations that are underserved

Other Independent Agencies

Citizens' Institute on Rural Design (CIRD)

Provides a forum for rural technical assistance providers to share their professional skills, learn new techniques that would aid them in their work with rural communities, and exchange ideas and experiences with rural communities and other providers.

Department of Commerce

Public Works Program (11.300)

Program helps distressed communities revitalize, expand, and upgrade their physical infrastructure.

Department of the Interior

Federal Lands to Parks Program (15.918)

Program helps communities to acquire, reuse, and protect surplus federal properties for local parks and recreation.

Other Independent Agencies

Creative Forces: Military Healing Arts Network (45.024)

This initiative seeks to improve the health, wellness, and quality of life for military and veteran populations exposed to trauma - as well as their families and caregivers - using creative arts therapies.

Department of the Interior

Competitive State Wildlife Grant Program (15.634)

Provides Federal grant funds for the implementation of programs for the benefit of fish and wildlife and their habitats, including species that are not hunted or fished. Eligible activities include conservation planning and implementation.

Other Independent Agencies

Mayor's Institute on City Design (45.024)

The MICD brings U.S. mayors together with design professionals in workshops to assist mayors with urban design challenges, to promote design excellence, and to enhance the livability of communities across the country.

Department of Commerce

Market Development Cooperator Program (11.112)

Funding through a cooperative agreement for trade associations, state departments of trade and others to underwrite the start-up costs of new foreign market development for nonagricultural goods and services produced in the United States.

Other Independent Agencies

Literature Fellowships: Translation Projects (45.024)

Funding to individuals supports projects for the translation of specific works of prose, poetry, or drama from other languages into English.